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Introducing OpenEdge Management and OpenEdge Explorer

OpenEdge Management provides database administrators and systems operations managers with the performance tools and processes required to configure, monitor, diagnose, and manage the OpenEdge environment. OpenEdge Management monitors the following:
*Local and remote OpenEdge databases
*System resources (CPU, disk, memory, file system)
*File resources
*OpenEdge server resources (AppServer, NameServer, DataServers for ODBC, Oracle, and MS SQL Server, and WebSpeed Transaction Server)
*WebSpeed Messengers
*Adapters (AppServer Internet Adapter, SonicMQ Adapter, and Web services adapter)
*TCP-based network services
In addition to monitoring, you can use OpenEdge Management to configure database, server, Messenger, and adapter properties.
Progress Software Corporation believes that you need a product that provides the best business and development solution, plus the highest level of services and support to back it up. OpenEdge Management's deep monitoring provides more information and more detail about your environment, enabling you to proactively manage operations and make your workday easier.
OpenEdge Explorer provides the functionality currently available in OpenEdge Explorer, but within the OpenEdge Management console. You can set configuration properties, start or stop, and view the status of log files for various OpenEdge resources.
For detailed information about OpenEdge Management and OpenEdge Explorer, see the following books:
*OpenEdge Management and OpenEdge Explorer: getting Started
Describes how to start OpenEdge Management and OpenEdge Explorer for the first time and how to establish initial configuration settings and secure communications. It also describes the management console and how to set up remote monitoring and configuration for OpenEdge Management and remote configuration for OpenEdge Explorer.
*OpenEdge Management and OpenEdge Explorer: Configuration
Describes how to establish property and configuration settings for OpenEdge databases, DataServers (for ODBC, Oracle, and MS SQL Server), NameServers, AppServers, AppServer Internet Adapters, Web Services Adapters, WebSpeed Transaction Servers, WebSpeed Messengers, and SonicMQ Adapters in OpenEdge Management and OpenEdge Explorer. In addition, this manual also includes details about viewing status and log files.OpenEdge Management: Resource Monitoring
Provides detailed information about the management console; the procedures to set up and run resource monitors, jobs, job templates; and the procedures to perform OpenEdge Management-based import and export activities.
*OpenEdge Management: Database Management
Describes how to use OpenEdge Management to monitor and manage OpenEdge database resources.
*OpenEdge Management: Alerts Guide and Reference
Presents alert concepts and procedures and provides a comprehensive reference section to assist you in working with the OpenEdge Management alerts feature.
*OpenEdge Management: Servers, DataServers, Messengers, and Adapters
Describes how OpenEdge Management supports monitoring and managing specific resources associated with the OpenEdge server products (AppServer, WebSpeed Transaction Server, and NameServer), DataServers (ODBC, Oracle, and MS SQL Server), WebSpeed Messengers, and Adapters (AppServer Internet Adapter, SonicMQ Adapter, and Web Services Adapter).
*OpenEdge Management: Reporting
Provides detailed information about creating and working with report instances and templates.
*OpenEdge Management: Trend Database Guide and Reference
Describes how to manage the OpenEdge Management Trend Database by compacting and purging data. This book also provides a detailed look at the Trend Database schema.